Maybe this will help: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IrYFvE_mCU4
Hi Linda: I make my own masks with the nose piece a little taller so that it goes under my glasses, and the cheek parts a little more curved down. Here is a pattern that i adjusted. Also, I put a pipe cleaner, about 6" long, in the centre so that I can shape it better to my nose. I sewed it about 1/2 inch from one edge before putting the 2 pieces together, then sewed the right sides together on the top and bottom, under the pipe cleaner. Then, follow the directions here:
Gosh I wish I knew too! I hope someone know because my are constantly fogged up!
Hi Linda, hope this video helps you have a mask that doesn't fog up your glasses.
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Hello. That is a frustrating situation. When I worked in the operating room adjusting your glasses a bit forwatd on top of your mask With the nose wiring tightly formed around your nose contour seems to help.
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The "gator" type masks that pull up from your neck are usually better about not fogging glasses. Another idea you might want to entertain is adding a fog treatment to your glasses. I got some a couple of years ago for my grand daughter's glasses and it works really well.
Hi! the trick to a mask not fogging your glasses has to do with a snug fit at the top of the mask. It isn't hard to add a flexible part for the upper mask. I use pipe cleaners, usually. You can make a tube of fabric to enclose it or tape it before inserting it in the upper part of the mask. It's the warm moist air from your breathing that causes it. Stay safe!
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The secret is to add a strip of wire all around the outside edge, which you can fit to your face shape, so no breath escapes up.
Hi Linda, a friend has made 1,000's of masks at this pint in time. She adds a pipe cleaner into the inside of the top of her masks. The wearer can then "fit" the mask to the nose a bit which very much helps with the fogging problem. Hope this helps!
I read that one hack is putting a band-aid half on your nose and half on the mask (at the top of the mask). I tried it while walking my puppy, and it worked! I normally have to take off my glasses since they get foggy during our hour walk.
Just use snorkeling / scuba diving tricks!
Or purchase a $5 of an anti-fogging agent from any sporting goods department.
While I have used the ant-fogging agent while on a dive, that is a random occurrence. Day to day I just use the saliva trick, as I don't care for chemicals that close to my eyes for 12+ hours a day.
This YouTube video shows how putting a band-aid on top of the mask and half on your nose cuts down on foggy glasses: https://youtu.be/KOf-QyAKOjk
Apparently putting a simple tissue in at the top of your mask also works: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IrYFvE_mCU4
There are a few more good tips here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DnleYI6qfB0
you need a wire on the bridge of the nose that fits snugly
hi! i just went to the optometrist to get a new set of glasses and they had me put a piece of skin tape across the top of my mask - over the bridge of my nose. it was awesome for trying on glasses without fogging up the lenses!! you might not want to have skin tape across the middle of your face, but maybe folding the tape and sticking it to the underside of your mask would work?
A wire on the nose part will help to keep it in place
You need to seal off at the nose. A Thin metal strip that contours to your nose will help. And a tight fitting mask
Place a nose wire on the nose part or purchase one like this: https://amzn.to/33qQ0HI
Here's a video that might help - https://www.google.com/search?q=How+to+make+a+mask+that+doesn%E2%80%99t+fog+glasses%3F&oq=How+to+make+a+mask+that+doesn%E2%80%99t+fog+glasses%3F&aqs=chrome..69i57&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8#kpvalbx=_1VLGX-TvHqaF9PwP0_GasA812